Make These Food Gifts For Christmas For As Low As P47!Give homemade quality gifts people will appreciate!by Yummy.ph Team .
We all love Christmas! But let's be honest: we don't like the exorbitant spending too much. Apart from the non-negotiable
noche buenasplurge, there's also the gift shopping.
The reality, however, is that we all have limited budgets. However, a limited budget doesn't mean you should settle for gifts of substandard quality.
There's still a way to give your loved ones meaningful gifts without spending a fortune: bake them something sweet and special! Make sure every single one, from your extended family to your officemates,
geta little love from you this Christmas season with these recipes.
We've even done the budgeting for you, so you know that you'll be sticking well within (and perhaps even below) your budget. Check out these ideas for food gifts you can definitely make to give away for Christmas this year.
Bring color and joy to your gifts when you use the vibrant hue of
ubeas your festive flavor. Your crinkles will be extra special with this twist. Per batch of this recipe makes 20 cookies. You can make multiple batches at once to save time! Get the recipe here.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Cost: P51/10 cookies
Tin Can Chocolate Cake
cakesare quite expensive if you buy them for each of your friends. Make them instead, and you'll not only be giving your loved ones a gift to remember, but you'll be saving on hundreds of pesos. Every batch of this makes 2 cans of cake ready for gifting right away. Get the recipe here.
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Chocolate Chip Cookies
We used compound butter for this recipe to bring the price down, and it works just as well! These classics are sure to make anyone smile! Serve it up for Christmas as a freshly baked warm treat that will have the whole house smelling of vanilla and butter notes. To make ahead, simply scoop onto parchment paper and freeze before transferring into a freezer-friendly container. No need to thaw it once you're ready to bake. Easy! Get the recipe here.
Cost: P57/dozen cookies
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No oven? No problem. These delicious chocolate oatmeal cookies don't need ovens at all! Chocolate-y, creamy, with just the right amount of sweet, plus the
oatmealmakes it seem healthier than your usual dessert! Get the recipe here.
Cost: P47/5-6 large cookies
Here's another no-bake treat you can make! Everyone loves pastillas, so simply add in a delightful mallow center and you've instantly got something special fit for the holidays! Look how adorable they are! Get the recipe here.
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Jam-Filled Short Bread Cookies
Choose a festive cookie cutter and pick your favorite jam! Why not try
ube, coco jam, or dulce de leche? These delicious cookies will make your loved one so happy! Get the recipe here.
Cost: P54/dozen cookie sandwiches
So skip the malls and get working on your kitchen this holiday season. The time, effort and love that you pour into each of these money-saving desserts make it priceless.
Instant gift wrapper? We know where to get packaging!
You can find packaging options at baking supplies stores for sure, but a sure bet that ll make your life much, much easier are these online shops: Chocolate Lover, RM Boxes, The Baking Warehouse, love2bake or Honestbee's baking supplies stores! Not only will you find extra cute options
,you will also skip the traffic and avail of bulk prices to help you save.
Want to personalize and make your loved ones extra special? You can print out stickers and cut them out for that extra flair!
This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.